January 10, 2018
Immigration advocates cheered late Tuesday when a federal judge in San Francisco issued a ruling blocking President Donald Trump from killing a quasi-amnesty program, but the decree might actually hurt the “dreamer” movement’s long-term goals.
With a March deadline looming for expiration of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and leading congressional Democrats still threatening to shut down the government, pressure had been building on Republicans to agree to legal status for illegal immigrants whose parents brought them to America as children. … Read the full story by LifeZette
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